Pescara houses Abruzzo's International Airport, where domestic and international low-cost airlines stop. Here are the main cities with flights to Abruzzo: Alghero, Brussels Charleroi, Cagliari, Dusseldorf Weeze, Frankfurt Hahn. Girona Barcelona, London Stansted, Milan (Bergamo), Oslo Torp, Paris Beauvais.
Shuttle bus from Rome
Abruzzo is also connected with Rome's Fiumicino and Ciampino airports via shuttle bus services that operate daily at scheduled times.
There are two active domestic routes which lead to Abruzzo: The Pescara-Roma-Sulmona and Pescara-Bari-Bologna lines. The Adriatic Railway runs the length of Abruzzo, with Frecciabianca (Pescara Station) and Intercity (stations Giulianova, Pescara, Vasto-San Salvo) train services. The station of Pescara is considered one of the most modern in Europe: from there it is very easy to get to other major cities in the region as they are less than an hour away.
The region is well connected to Rome through a highway that allows you to quickly get to the regional capital in less than two hours. Abruzzo is in fact connected to three highways: from the north and from the south via the A14 and from Rome via the A24 and A25 motorways, both connected to the A1 Autostrada del Sole.